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PBS
Mar 15, 2011 12:30am PDT
in bahrain. protestors set up road blocks in the capital as 1,000 saudi troops enter the country, and the u.n. security council discusses a no-fly zone over libya but nothing is agreed. member states are too divided. there's been a third big explosion at the fukushima power plant in japan which was badly damaged by friday's earthquake and tsunami. a four-fold increase in radiation levels has been released into the air surrounding the plant. the prime minister said everyone within 20 kilometers of the plant should leave the area immediately. >> the bottom of the screen concerns the latest grave development, a third explosion in as many days at the stricken fukushima installation, and this time, officials fear some radiation may have leaked out. >> number 2 reactor at 6:14 a.m., there was a blast heard near the suppression pool, and the pressure began to fall in the suppression pool. we are continuing the water injection into the pressure vessels but the operators not directly engaged in this operation are being ordered to be evacuated to safer locations. >> the news that staff had been moved
FOX News
Mar 17, 2011 4:00am EDT
: soldiers and riot police dispelled hundreds of protesters from bahrain capital today. the monarchy is held from the saudi troops there was a crackdown on protesters in yemen. tonight, white house correspondent mike emanuel looks at what the administration is and is not doing on attacks on the prodemocracy advocates. >> violence on the street of bahrain left five dead. according to witnesses, soldiers and riot police used tear gas and armored vehicle to expel hundreds of protestsers to square in the capital in this video, a man appears to be shot at point blank range by security forces. it's unclear if rubble bullets or other deadly force was used. the monarchy is the middle east ally where the fleet is big. president obama called king abdullah to urge maximum restraint. >> secretary clinton criticized bahrain's response to protest. >> it's fair to say from everything we are seeing that the situation in bahrain is alarming. there is no way to resolve the concern of the people through the use of excessive force or security crackdowns. >> one expert says the nightmare scenario for the u.s. is
PBS
Mar 26, 2011 5:00am EDT
kingdom of bahrain. we investigate it tends to crush the month-long uprising by the shiite authority. >> it is a dangerous thing to do. >> i think you're creating a monster, feeding a monster that you cannot control. >> we explore bradley manning's motivation for allegedly leaking documents to wikileaks. and claims that he has been punished before his trial through harsh treatment in prison. >> the continuations of the policies the u.s. government has been using at guantanamo bay and other such sites and past has now come to american citizens. >> for an innovation in libya with the french philosopher who urged president sarkozy to take action there. and the editor of a pan arab newspaper. ♪ >> hello. at least 20 people have been killed in recent weeks as bahrain's sunni rulers backed by saudi led military force and to crush a month-long uprising by the tiny island kingdom's chez at -- shiite majority. the u.n. human rights organization set up to 100 people have been reported missing since the government began cracking down on the protests. before those protests even began, we were
PBS
Mar 17, 2011 12:00am PDT
industry. >> rose: and then by telephone, ethan brawner of the "new york times" in bahrain. >> it's hard to imagine how they can get back out in the streets quickly. the tanks and the jeeps are out this very important places in great strength. again, on the other hand, bahrain really relies on the financial district and so on to have a normal life, and i think that they're going to have to end the curfew and the marshal law quality at some point. >> rose: we conclude this evening with a look at the continuing crisis in the middle east and north africa with rob malley, john negroponte, and zalmay khalilzad. >> i think what mrs. : clts has done, secretary clinton, has been to hold back on the idea of us stepping forward unilaterally on this but saying, look, if we get the requisite support from the international community, including the arab league, then the predicate has been set for some kind of roll by us in this situation. it has been slow. i agree with rob. and probably what it does is, it slows the attainment of our objectives, and it maybe makes a sort of stalemated situation the be
PBS
Mar 15, 2011 5:00am EDT
that a saudi arabian troops would cross into bahrain. and the tickets for the london 2012 game goes on sale. ♪ ♪ japanese authorities are still battling to control the nuclear fukushima daiichi plant. levels have fallen, but they were eight times what is legally considered safe. my colleague is in tokyo. he has the very latest on this developing crisis in japan. >> welcome to tokyo. it is rush hour on a tuesday evening. it has been pretty intense all day long. it is because of the radiation levels that are generated north of here. the radiation levels have fallen according to officials at the plant. a third exposure and in two days. -- explosion in two days. here in tokyo, no dangerous to a human health, or so we were told. the official death toll is now 2400. many thousands are still missing. a total of 10,000. very serious questions are being raised. my fellow colleague has this report. >> the crisis in nuclear plant is worsening by the hour. radiation levels close to the site significantly higher now. an explosion and a fire creating conditions that are a risk to human health, accord
MSNBC
Mar 21, 2011 5:30am EDT
for this monday, march 21st and a lot going on today. including street fighting from yemen to bahrain, to syria. what will the u.s. do in those countries, if anything? plus, does the united states have a responsibility to intervene in the humanitarian crisis that was this woman trashing a liquor store when she did not receive prompt attention from a clerk? we'll discuss. first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. at 30 rock in new york city. >>> american military officials are claiming initial success in isolating moammar gadhafi's regime, after a weekend of punishing allied air attacks in libya. according tocy officials, coalition strikes have crippled gadhafi's air defenses and a no fly zone is in place over the country. although gadhafi himself is not a target of what is being called operation odyssey dawn, at least not now. one of the strikes caused extensive damage to the libyan leader's compound in tripoli last night. at this hour, gadhafi's whereabouts remain unknown, but he has vowed to fight a quote long, drawn-out war with western forces. >>> meanwhile, the pentagon says there is
PBS
Mar 16, 2011 6:30pm PDT
. >> turning to bahrain, or at least six people have been killed in an assault by riot police. security forces used tanks and attack helicopters to overrun pearl square, where the opposition camp out for weeks, calling for political reform. police and soldiers fired tear gas and shotguns at protesters. this happened after the king called in saudi troops to keep order. for more analysis on the situation in bahrain, i am joined by a member of the german institute for international security. saudi arabia has sent troops into bahrain. how big a threat are the protests in bahrain for its neighbor? >> i do not think there is a big threat, but the saudis see the shiite protests as a sign of iranian influence in this country which is virtually a saudi protectorate. that is why i intervened. it is iran. it is not the shiites. >> iran is closely watching events in bahrain. the think this could draw to run into conflict? >> not for the time being. iran is preoccupied with the domestic situation and the americans are still in iraq. next year, the situation will change after the american withdrawal, and i
CNN
Mar 28, 2011 12:00am EDT
will turn the pressure. >>> bahrain, another country suppressing dissent. last week they cleared protesters out of pearl square with force then they tore down an iconic monument at the center of the square which had become a symbol of revolt. >>> in yemen president saleh is fighting to hold on to power. the country suffers from corruption, high unemployment and a severe lack of political freedom. he says he will offer no more concessions to demonstrators. >>> let's go to libya. the country is seeing the most intense fighting. we have an update on a story that captivated cnn viewers around the world. a womaning making a desperate plea to journalists at a hotel and claimed rape and abuse at the hands of moammar gadhafi's men. >> she was roughed up, manhandled by security before being hauled off to possibly never be heard from again and tonight the libyan government says she's been released. nic, where is this woman right now? >> reporter: well, we don't know where she is right now. the government officials have told us various stories in the past 24 hours. they said that she was being taken t
PBS
Mar 14, 2011 5:30pm PDT
's military move into neighboring bahrain after a weekend of protests. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: breathe in. breathe out. as volatile as the markets have been lately, having the security of a strong financial partner certainly lets you breathe easier. for more than 140 years, pacific life has helped millions of americans build a secure financial future. wouldn't it be nice to take a deep breath and relax? your financial professional can tell you about pacific life, the power to help you succeed. >> you can't manufacture pride, but pride builds great cars. and you'll find it in the people at toyota, all across america. chevron. we may have more in common than you think. and by bnsf railway. and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy, productive life. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs statio
CNN
Mar 17, 2011 2:00am EDT
anderson? yeah, isha, extraordinary situation both in libya and bahrain which we will be covering in our next hour, which we are live for. i want to show you another video that we will show you from bahrain. we will not show you the most graphic part of it but an gun that fires rubber bullets, but it's hard to tell what has happened to this person. we'll have the full video of that ahead. all the latest from bahrain and libya and leading off the broadcast the latest on the nuclear catastrophe, the nuclear situation happening right now in real time north of here. we'll be right back. [children screaming] [growl] i met my husband here. i got to know my grandkids here. we've discovered so much here together. but my doctor told me that during that time my high cholesterol was contributing to plaque buildup in my arteries. that's why i'm fighting my cholesterol... with crestor. along with diet, crestor does more than help manage cholesterol, when diet and exercise alone aren't enough. crestor is also proven to slow plaque buildup in arteries. crestor is not right for everyone, like peo
WHUT
Mar 14, 2011 6:30pm EDT
largest economy. arab gulf states send troops into bahrain to help quash anti- government protest. rebels say it is a declaration of war. gaddafi's forces bombing key places and libya as they try to win back the countries east. hello, and welcome. it is being described as the worst disaster in japan since the second world war. the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck three days ago left the country's nuclear power plant on marble. and experts warning that radiation leaks cannot be ruled out. no one yet knows how many people have died. today, to thousand bodies were found along the northeast coast of japan. we will have the latest from there in a moment. first, roland burris of from the edge of the nuclear exclusion zone. >> inside the plants, workers are trying to avert a nuclear catastrophe. but today, a second explosion. this time at reactor no. 3. the blast was huge. the cause the leaves to be a buildup of hydrogen. >> we assume there was a similar explosion. at the third reactor as what occurred in the first. at this point we confirm the container of the reactor is sound. partic
CNN
Mar 27, 2011 9:00pm EDT
the region, governments are now digging in from bahrain to yemen, setting the stage possibly for more bloodshed. >>> good evening, everyone, and welcome to our viewers around the world. i'm don lemon. >> i'm john vause from cnn international. >> a region mired conflict for thousands of years now a revolution seeming to spread from country to country. it's all happening, john, with lightning speed. >> that's right. libya at the center of the turmoil right now. a coalition of countries raining missiles on moammar gadhafi's defenses and his military in the name of protecting civilians. rebels seized control of two cities, and nato okayed a plan to take over responsibility for the operation in libya. >> and syria, a source close to the government expects the country's cabinet to resign next week as anti-government protests turn it up the pressure. president bashadal assad expecting to address the country in the next two days. two reuters have been missing. >>> last week, troops cleared protesters out of the square with force and then they tore down an iconic monument at the center of the
CNN
Mar 15, 2011 5:00am EDT
including saudi arabia sends military forces into bahrain at the kingdom's request. >>> we begin this hour with the latest nuclear developments out of japan's tsunami disaster zone. officials have been concerned over radiation levels at the damaged plant in fukushima. they hit dangerous highs on monday and have now dropped back to where the government says they're no longer threat to human health. there have been explosions, though at the reactors number one, two, and three. authorities say water levels are now stable at reactors one and three. the fire is now out at number four. however, reactor number two the still may be in trouble with a new explosion there this tuesday. and questions about whether the containment vessel is breached. there's a no-fly zone in 30 kilometers within the plant. the plant's owners have ordered all but 50 of their workers to leave. and officials say at least 500 people remain within the evacuation zone. here is japan's chief cabinet secretary on what precautions residents should be taking. >> translator: please keep the windows shut. do not use ventilation. a
CNN
Mar 16, 2011 5:00am EDT
around the world. violence continues to erupt in the arab world. live to bahrain in a few short moments. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] introducing purina one beyond, a new food for your cat or dog. [ female announcer ] introducing purina one beyond, but you can still refinance to a fixed rate as low as 4.75% at lendingtree.com, where customers save an average of $293 a month. call lending tree at... today. so i wasn't playing much of a role in my own life. but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now, i've got the leading part. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator, working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood p
PBS
Mar 17, 2011 12:30am PDT
. a curfew after troops backed by tanks on wednesday. caroline hawley reports from the capital of bahrain, manama. >> a state of emergency was declared, in the military moved in. -- and the military moved in. controlling all roads leading to per square. -- pearl sqaure. -- square. tents were set on fire. most of the men and women camped out here were from the shiite section. some are no longer willing to tolerate this challenge to its role. -- rule. one area has become a ghost town, with only the military on the streets. and this is the roundabout now. the u.s. has condemned the use of excessive force, and hillary clinton has said bahrain is on the wrong track. >> our soldiers want to bring stability to the country. we want to go back to see bahrain as we know it. >> but that may be hard with the blood that has been spilled. one person was shot. there was gunfire in various parts of bahrain today. troops were at the hospital where we filmed yesterday. at one point, no one, not even ambulance workers, where allowed in or out to be one of the doctors told us what it was like -- were allowed
CNN
Mar 17, 2011 3:00am EDT
've seen turmoil from tunisia to egypt to libya and bahrain. we're in israel getting a close look at what this may all mean for the peace process here. but i want to begin tonight with the breaking news on the other big story of the day, japan and here with that is my colleague anderson cooper, who is in tokyo. anderson, what's the latest and in particular from the news of the fukushima plant, there seems to be an escalating danger there this evening. >> reporter: well, there's been a clarification at least of the problem from the u.s. government who's basically said that the problem is worse than the japanese government has been letting on, has been saying this their public statements. we're just getting in new video right now of helicopters dropping water by the reactor. i'm not sure -- i can't tell if it's dropping water directly on to one of the reactors or several of the reactors or if they're just bringing water nearby that's then pumped by trucks. i would assume it's being dropped by helicopters and if that is, in fact, happening that's a very alarming development because what we l
FOX News
Mar 23, 2011 4:00pm EDT
the decision on "u.s. policies toward bahrain," which is facing its own revolt. and our guest says if they will not get involved, why are we? the former head of the c.i.a. osama bin laden unit, and i don't buy their reason. how bahrain is an excuse, that strikes me as them getting cold feet on looking like they are participating in an arab crackdown. >>guest: i think it is cold feet, but i also think that they are very concerned about bahrain and a shia state on the rain i can't peninsula. they and the saudis are not going to permits that. for the united states, the danger of what is going on in bahrain is greater there than anything happening in libya at the moment. >>neil: what they are focused on, which we should focus on when they criticize u.s. and european policymakers is the role of iran, there, and that we have our eye off the ball if libya, essentially, right? >>guest: well, that is what they have wanted us to destroy iran for a long time, they and the israelis are in the same boat on this. and they are, they killed some shias last week and iranians responded but the real
MSNBC
Mar 16, 2011 9:00am EDT
surge forced the 50 workers out. a slow moving nightmare. >>> flash point in bahrain. at least six people dead after riot police drive out protesters. saudi troops are on the ground and now, the iranians are speaking out. >>> and a budget passes the house, but a possibility of a government shutdown actually really looms now. i know we've said it before, but we mean it this time. savannah is on assignment. let's get to the rundown. we're going to begin in japan where workers are in a desperate race to cool the six reactors before one or maore erupt into full squal meltdown. these are new images out this morning showing extensive damage to three of the four reactors. smoke poured from one while a fire burned at another. radiation levels rose so high that those 50 workers had to be pulled out. the concrete and steel surrounding two of the cores may have been breached. radiation levels south of the plant spiked at 300 times the normal level. today, officials say the level rs stable now. across the quake region, the official number of dead or missing is now 11,000. japan's emperor made
FOX News
Mar 21, 2011 3:00am EDT
. look at them across the board. they are not just on libya and not just on bahrain. look at them on the budget and trade deals and on the japan nuclear crisis. it was only late this week the president said something. they do not want to touch anything continuersial right now. >> okay. libya is not the only place influence is lacking. trouble expands to the gulf with saudi arabia spurning requests to stay out of bahrain. what their intervention says about the threat there and what it signals about america's new place in the world. >>> libya is not the only place where the leadership vacuum is being felt. saudi arabia sent military forces to bahrain to help put down an uprising by the majority shi'ite against the sunni monarch key. this was despite advice not to intervene. we are back. why did the saudis ignore the u.s. and treatys? > they ignored it because they saw the united states was in fact being passive. they had no reason to hold back. it is a very bad sign they not only intervenes later in the week, the armies teed off on the protesters pretty hard. >> they arrested the le
MSNBC
Mar 17, 2011 5:30am EDT
developments out of bahrain why the government has unleashed an assault against the protesters in the capital. plus, tiger woods pays a visit to late night with jimmy fallon where jimmy challenges him to a round of golf. wii golf. we'll have that clip later. >>> first, let's get to the news, live at 5:30 a.m. here in washington, d.c., and on the east coast of the united states. the united states is taking a tougher stand on the mounting nuclear crisis in japan, authorizing the first evacuations of american government employees out of the country. in addition, the state department is warning all u.s. citizens to consider leaving japan. the unpredictable weather conditions risks spreading radioactive material. that move comes as japanese crews and military helicopters brave radiation to dump sea water on to the stricken fukushima complex. the tactics are an attempt to cool overheated radium fuel that may be on the verge of spewing out more radiation. meanwhile, plant operators say they're racing to finish a new power line that could restore cooling systems and ease the crisis. still, the top u.
PBS
Mar 14, 2011 5:30pm PDT
over libya, but nothing is agreed. and conversation in bahrain. protesters set up roadblocks as 1000 at saudi troops entered the country. hello. millions in the parts of northeast japan hammered by last week's quake and tsunami have spent their fourth night without food, water, electricity, or gas. at least 500,000 people have been left homeless, but even now, much is still unknown. communications are still down in many areas. about 2000 bodies have been found washed ashore. half of them in a town that was flattened by the water. as japan struggles to deal with an emergency, fears are growing about the safety of the fukushima daiichi power plant. we have this from the edge of the nuclear exclusion zone. >> inside the plant, workers are trying to avert a nuclear catastrophe. but today, a second explosion. this time at reactor no. 3. the blast was huge. there was believed to be a buildup of hydrogen. just hours before, people living nearby were trying to leave by any means possible. this was just 3 miles from the site. those who ignored earlier warnings were desperate to get out. in to
CBS
Mar 16, 2011 4:30am EDT
, cbs news, sendai, japan. >>> just ahead on the "morning news," the growing unrest in bahrain. >>> plus american astronaut scott kelly finally returns to earth. >>> first, though, katie couric has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." >> a look at the warning systems for earthquakes and tsunamis along the west coast. how quickly would americans there be warned of an impending disaster like the one in japan? we'll have that story and more tonight, only on the "cbs evening news." [ sneezing ] ♪ [ male announcer ] what are you gonna miss when you have an allergy attack? benadryl® is more effective than claritin® at relieving your worst symptoms and works when you need it most. benadryl®. you can't pause life. so say hello to ocean spray 100% juice. and goodbye to added sugar. i thought we weren't adding any sugar. oh. okay, nobody use these cranberries over here. all you expect from the number-one recommended detergent by dermatologists. all free clear is free of dyes and perfumes. and has powerful stainlifters to help get your whole wash clean. it's all good. >>> there are repor
PBS
Mar 21, 2011 5:30pm PDT
own consulting firm. dr. brzezinski, are all of these events-- egypt, yemen, add in bahrain and syria as well as libya obviously-- are they all connected? >> they are, of course, all connected in a way. but also, of course, each of them has its own independent dimension. still i think we're dealing with a phenomenon which, if not handled correctly, can either plunge the region into increasing violence, disarray, or alternatively after a period of time begins to settle and evolve and stabilize. how we play and how our friends play and how the international community plays it and ultimately also how the arab league plays it is absolutely critically important. >> lehrer: where do you come down on this, general skowcroft as to whether or not this is all part of one loosely connected revolution? >> i think it's part of one loosely connected revolution in this sense: what we're seeing now is the impact of globalization in terms of communication because now the world is politicized. for most of our history, the average man didn't know what was going on in anything other than his own village.
FOX News
Mar 28, 2011 3:00pm EDT
this in other places and what happens if this happens in saudi arabia or bahrain as it has to some degree? >>guest: well, listen, i'm an ex governor i don't have to make these decisions but i do think it makes sense to have a strategic policy where you do draw the line in certain cases as you suggested. but, events are moving so fast, this is a time of enormous turmoil. look what is happened in japan and look what happened in the middle east. ic we have -- i think we have to give the president and his people a break and support in not being able to for see everything that has happened or will happen. these are enormously complicated times and it is important we come together and be bipartisan and we talk as a nation in a positive, bipartisan way. just like you are. >>shepard: enormously complicated without doubt, there is a lot of work ahead. governor and ambassador, great to see you. all right, muammar qaddafi now, the regime and other governments are trying to put a lid on uprising by blocking internet access and american companies are helping. should the u.s. government do something ab
MSNBC
Mar 18, 2011 9:00pm EDT
, while our own president reiterated his call on stopping the violence. in bahrain, three days after saudi forces joined the fight against the protesters, bahraini protesters destroyed the focal point of anti-government demonstrations, pulling down an iconic statue, tearing up the grass. hundreds of protesters had been staying at the roundabout until security forces using live ammunition drove them out wednesday. three demonstrators were killed in that action, dozens more wounded as troops reportedly blocked off access to hospitals, too. syria saw the biggest protests in years. anti-government demonstrators took to the streets, the largest gathering in a southern city. protesters were attacked by security forces. witnesses saying at least five people were killed and hundreds injured. i am joined now by nbc chief foreign correspondent richard engel in cairo tonight. hello there, richard. >> reporter: good to talk to you, chris. >> so my first question is, is this counter offensive that we're seeing by the regimes across the middle east working? i mean, it seems like we have this kind of ara
ABC
Mar 20, 2011 8:00am PDT
and get the no-fly zone stood up. >> what about other countries? bahrain? yemen? if the united states military is attacking to protect civilians in libya, why not yemen and bahrain? >> a very big part of libya has been the arab league vote to establish a no-fly zone and the coalition partners coming into play. >> what is the logic? >> in terms of -- >> other civilians being killed in other country where the u.s. has an interest. >> i think we have to be very careful to treat every country differently. certainly, there's a tremendous change going on right now throughout the middle east. including in bahrain. bahrain is a much different situation than libya. we haven't had a relationship with libya for a long, long time. the bahrainis and that country has been a critical ally for decades. we're working hard to support a peaceful resolution there as tragic as it has been. and we decry the violence that's occurred there. i just think the approach there needs to be different. >> do you think the libyans have the wherewithal to retaliate against the u.s. and its allies -- >> they have some
NBC
Mar 20, 2011 8:00am PDT
and yet in bahrain where saudi sent troops in to help a monarchy, we stand back? >> again, this mission is very focused on libya and we're paying a lot of attention to what's going on in bahrain and in the persian gulf as well. and the other thing is, each one of these countries i think is different. we've tried to focus on it in a different way. we've had a great friendship with bahrain for many, many decades. we've got one of our main naval bases there. and we're working hard to support that in a way to certainly see a peaceful outcome there in terms of how it evolves when the bahraini people are asking for change as well. >> is it possible that it's too late to really make a difference here? had a no-fly zone been implemented a couple of weeks ago when the rebels had more momentum, that that would have been the time to act and it's now too late? >> i think that's speculation, david. i just don't know that going two weeks ago would have turned this one way or another. essentially i think it was important to obviously have the international sanctioning, the united nations resolution an
PBS
Mar 16, 2011 5:30pm PDT
, in bahrain anti-government protesters are routed from the capital. gaddafi's men fight their way closer and take control of the entire country. >> engineers have spent another day battling to avert nuclear disaster at the nuclear plant. they are talking about a serious situation. workers who were pulled back from the site earlier today at and sent back in to try to bring click levers -- bring coolant levels under control. officials in tokyo are saying it is not a threat to health. >> to an outsider the scale of tokyo can be hard to take in. an unbroken forest of glass and concrete. 35 million people live here. as the wind blew from the north the streets emptied. more people are wearing masks whenever they go out. the latest pictures from the nuclear plant are not likely to make anyone feel more confident. the shattered reactor buildings seem to contradict all the government claims the situation is under control. the army used helicopters to try to drop cooling water from above. but the winds and radiation levels forced it to be abandoned. he appeared on television to try to reassure his
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